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Chapter 32. Creating Web Pages with Fron... > Launching FrontPage Express

Launching FrontPage Express

You can launch FrontPage Express either from the Start menu or from the Internet Explorer browser. When you launch FrontPage Express from the browser, the page you were viewing is loaded directly into FrontPage Express. With this technique, FrontPage Express enables you to edit any pages you see on the World Wide Web directly at your desktop with FrontPage Express. Naturally, you won't be able to change the Web pages you're viewing (unless you are working on a Web to which you have rights), but this gives you a great way to see first-hand how real-life Web pages are built. In addition, if you are working on an existing Web, say for your company or organization, this method makes it easy to select the page you want to work on without having to attach to or access the server on which the pages are stored.

Here are the two methods you can use to launch FrontPage Express:


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